Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A treasure trove of ancient bibles and rare Greek and Hebrew texts are being made available to the public through a website
Pope Francis Dec 4 called for prayers for a group of nuns seized from their convent in Syria
The Vatican on Tuesday launched an unprecedented worldwide consultation on the new realities of family life including gay marriage as part of Pope Francis's efforts to reform the Catholic Church.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left for Rome for a two-day official visit
Pope Francis welcomed news Oct 27 that his Twitter account @pontifex had attracted more than 10 million followers
Pope Francis called for renewal of the Roman Catholic Church and attacked unfettered capitalism as "a new tyranny"
Greek Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew said he prayed for the continuation of the reforms introduced by the founder of the modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
The Greek Orthodox Halki Seminary in Istanbul will not be re-opened until the Fethiye Mosque in Athens is opened for prayers
Pope Francis temporarily expelled a German bishop Oct 23 from his diocese due to a scandal over a 31 million euro project to build a new residence complex
Pope Francis on Thursday said the Catholic Church will not accept a Middle East without Christians, who often find themselves forced to flee areas of conflict and unrest in the region.
An Israeli official says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will not meet Pope Francis
Ankara released a statement responding tit for tat to Greece's anger regarding Hagia Sophia
The video was put on display during an event as part of the Thessaloniki Biennial
Pope Francis will receive Russian President Vladimir Putin on November 25, the Vatican said
Turkey’s top religious official has blasted the Saudi Arabian government for massive renovation work